Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022 Schedule, Important Dates, Polling Counting details

Gujarat Assembly Elections:-The Gujarat State Election Commission has officially announced the date for the Gujarat election in 2022. After a period of 89 and 93 Assembly Constituencies, respectively, where pooling will take place on the 01 and 05 December 2022, counting will begin on December 08, 2022 for both phases. The results will be made public by SEC in Gujarat.

Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022

The State Election Commission of Gujarat will conduct the election in two phases on the 1st and 5th of December 2022, after which the results will be made public on December 8th. The Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and the newbie Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are all set to fight it out in the state’s elections. The state of Maharashtra, which houses Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, has been ruled by the BJP for 27 years. The BJP and the Congress have not revealed any candidate names, while the AAP has disclosed the names of over 100 candidates.

Many candidates from major political parties such as the Bharatiya Janata Party, Indian National Congress, and Aam Aadmi Party are expected to participate in the Gujarat Assembly Election in 2022. The party that gains a majority of seats in the legislature will be able to form a administration. On November 01, 2022, 89 Assembly Constituencies will be up for election in Phase 1, while 93 Assembly Constituencies will be up for election in Phase 2. To get more votes than competing candidates, a candidate must be elected from any assembly constituency. On November 5, 2022, only those candidates notification who meet the eligibility requirements will be published on the official website of SEC Gujarat. From each seat various contenders will file nominations, and just those candidates notification will be approved.

Gujarat Assembly Elections Details

Country  India
State Gujarat
Election 2022 Legislative Assembly Election
Conducting Body  State Election Commission, Gujarat
No. Of Constituency  182
No. Of Voters  4,90,89,765
Participating Parties 
  • Bharatiya Janata Party
  • Indian National Congress
  • Aam Aadmi Party
  • Nationalist Congress Party
  • Communist Party of India
  • Bharatiya Tribal Party
  • All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen
  • All India Trinamool Congress
Election Date  Phase 1 – December 01, 2022
Phase 2 – December 05, 2022
Result Date December 08, 2022
Category  Trending
Official Website


Gujarat Election 2022 Schedule

The State Election Commission, Gujarat, has officially unveiled the calendar for the Gujarat Vidhan Sabha Chunav 2022. The entire schedule for Phase 1 and 2 Assembly Elections may be found in the table below.


State Election Commission, Gujarat, will publish a gazette notification for the Phase 1 and 2 Gujarat Assembly Election at

Gujarat Election Constituency Name 2022

Gujarat has 33 districts and 182 assembly seats, which can be found in the table below.


  • Abdasa
  • Mandvi (Kachchh)
  • Bhuj
  • Anjar
  • Gandhidham (SC)
  • Rapar


  • Vav
  • Tharad
  • Dhanera
  • Danta
  • Vadgam (SC)
  • Palanpur
  • Deesa
  • Deodar
  • Kankrej


  • Radhanpur
  • Chanasma
  • Patan
  • Sidhpur


  • Kheralu
  • Unjha
  • Visnagar
  • Bechraji
  • Kadi (SC)
  • Mahesana
  • Vijapur


  • Himatnagar
  • Idar (SC)
  • Khedbrahma




  • Dahegam
  • Gandhinagar South
  • Gandhinagar North
  • Mansa
  • Kalol (Gandhinagar)


  • Viramgam
  • Sanand
  • Ghatlodia
  • Vejalpur
  • Vatva
  • Ellisbridge
  • Naranpura
  • Nikol
  • Naroda
  • Thakkarbapa Nagar
  • Bapunagar
  • Amraiwadi
  • Dariapur
  • Jamalpur-Khadiya
  • Maninagar
  • Danilimda (SC)
  • Sabarmati
  • Asarwa (SC)
  • Daskroi
  • Dholka
  • Dhandhuka


  • Dasada (SC)
  • Limbdi
  • Wadhwan
  • Chotila
  • Dhrangadhra



  • Rajkot East
  • Rajkot West
  • Rajkot South
  • Rajkot Rural (SC)
  • Jasdan
  • Gondal
  • Jetpur (Rajkot)
  • Dhoraji


  • Kalavad (SC)
  • Jamnagar Rural
  • Jamnagar North
  • Jamnagar South
  • Jamjodhpur

Devbhoomi (Dwarka)



  • Manavadar
  • Junagadh
  • Visavadar
  • Keshod
  • Mangrol (Junagadh)

Gir Somnath

  • Somnath
  • Talala
  • Kodinar (SC)
  • Una


  • Dhari
  • Amreli
  • Lathi
  • Savarkundla
  • Rajula


  • Mahuva (Bhavnagar)
  • Talaja
  • Gariadhar
  • Palitana
  • Bhavnagar Rural
  • Bhavnagar East
  • Bhavnagar West



  • Khambhat
  • Borsad
  • Anklav
  • Umreth
  • Anand
  • Petlad
  • Sojitra


  • Matar
  • Nadiad
  • Mehmedabad
  • Mahudha
  • Thasra
  • Kapadvanj
  • Balasinor



  • Shehra
  • Morva Hadaf
  • Godhra
  • Kalol (Panchmahal)
  • Halol


  • Fatepura
  • Jhalod
  • Limkheda
  • Dahod
  • Garbada
  • Devgadh Baria


Chhota Udaipur

  • Chhota Udaipur
  • Jetpur (Chhota Udaipur)
  • Sankheda


  • Dabhoi
  • Vadodara City (SC)
  • Sayajigunj
  • Akota
  • Raopura
  • Manjalpur
  • Padra
  • Karjan



  • Jambusar
  • Vagra
  • Jhagadia
  • Bharuch
  • Ankleshwar


  • Olpad
  • Mangrol (Surat)
  • Mandvi (Surat)
  • Kamrej
  • Surat East
  • Surat North
  • Varachha Road
  • Karanj
  • Limbayat
  • Udhana
  • Majura
  • Katargam
  • Surat West
  • Choryasi
  • Bardoli (SC)
  • Mahuva (Surat)




  • Jalalpore
  • Navsari
  • Gandevi
  • Vansda


  • Dharampur
  • Valsad
  • Pardi
  • Kaprada
  • Umbergaon

Full schedule of Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022

The Gujarat Assembly Elections will be held on December 9, 2022. Important dates include: General Voting Date – October 15, Polling Stations Open from 7 am to 10 pm – October 17-18, Counting Day – November 18. To vote in the assembly elections you will require a Voter ID Card or an Election Photo Identity Card issued by your Local Authority with photo. If you are not a citizen of India and do not have a Voter ID Card or an Election Photo Identity Card, you can still vote by submitting an application for a Voter Photo Identity Card.

The application form can be downloaded from the website of the election commission of Gujarat. To ensure a fair election, the election commission of Gujarat has put in place a number of security measures such as deployment of security personnel atsensitive polling stations and stringent checking of the credentials of voters.

Gujarat Assembly Elections First Phase (89 Assembly Constituencies) Second Phase (93 Assembly Constituencies)
Date of issue of gazette notification Nov-05 Nov-10
Last date for filing nominations Nov-14 Nov-17
Date for scrutiny of nominations Nov-15 Nov-18
Last date for withdrawal of nominations Nov-17 Nov-21
Date of poll Dec-01 Dec-05
Date of counting Dec-08 Dec-08
Date before which election shall be completed Dec-10 Dec-10


Gujarat Assembly Election Counting 2022

On December 8, 2022, a count will be conducted. On this day, the party with the most Members of the Legislative Assembly will be able to form their government in Gujarat State, as hundreds of candidates will be in the running for various posts. Counting will start at 08:00 a.m. and finish by sunset.

The list of documents which will be accepted as identification at polling booths in Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022

  • Aadhaar Card
  • MNREGA Job Card
  • Passbooks with photograph issued by Bank/Post Office
  • Health Insurance Smart Card issued under the scheme of
  • Ministry of Labour
  • Driving License
  • PAN Card
  • Smart Card issued by RGI under NPR
  • Indian Passport
  • Pension document with photograph
  • Service Identity Cards with photograph issued to employees by Central/State Govt./PSUs/Public Limited Companies
  • Official identity cards issued to MPs/MLAs/MLCs and
  • Unique Disability ID (UDID) Card, M/o Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India


After reading this blog, you will know everything there is to know about the Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022. From the full schedule to the important dates, this blog has it all! So make sure to check it out to get a comprehensive overview of the elections. In the meantime, don’t forget to leave your thoughts in the comments below. We would love to hear from you!


Which Vidhan Sabha is running in Gujarat?

On February 18, 2023, the current 14th Gujarat Legislative Assembly will complete its tenure. In December 2017, the previous assembly elections took place. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) established a government in the state after the election, with Vijay Rupani as Chief Minister.

Which party is in Gujarat?

Bhupendra bhai Patel, a member of the BJP, is currently serving as Chief Minister.

Which party is strong in Gujarat?

The 17 northern districts of the former State of Bombay were merged to form Gujarat, India’s newest state. The formation of Gujarat as a separate state was aided by the Mahagujarat movement. The Bharatiya Janata Party and the Indian National Congress are the two major political parties in Gujarat.

How many AAP mla are there in Gujarat?

The Gujarat state branch of the Aam Aadmi Party is known as the Aam Aadmi Party Gujarat. In the ward councils of Gujarat’s Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation, Surat Municipal Corporation, and other urban and rural local bodies, it has 64 elected members.

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